A comprehensive site created by Dr. Erin Buchanan offering lecture materials and videos for a full range of statistics concepts covered in a basic/introductory course (descriptives, graphs, z-scores, t-tests, ANOVA, correlation, regression, chi-square, etc.). Coverage also includes materials for several statistics packages (e.g., SPSS, JASP, R) Here is a link for a basic course. There […]
One of the most tedious parts of creating a syllabus is setting up the schedule. This tool, created by Caleb does it for you. Enter in a few key dates (e.g., start and end of the semester), the days of the week you meet, and this provides the dates the class meets each months. Click
Project Syllabus is a peer-reviewed list of syllabi provided by the Society for the Teaching of Psychology. There are several examples, which will allow you to pick and choose the ideas that will work best for you. Please click here for a list of the syllabi.
A sample syllabus for an introductory statistics course. Though this course has a lab, that content could also go into the lecture portion of the course, or incorporated as something students do outside of class as group projects. The syllabus also describes a statistical presentation assignment, as well as a Statistics Portfolio where students curate